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beyond the website. and that the healthcare law is not as advertised. >> the white house.gov website says if you want to keep the healthcare insurance you want, you can keep it. now they're being told they can't. that's a lot. >> reporter: cbs news is learning that insurance providers are dropping more than 2 million people, and sending them into the government's exchanges. they said the canceled plans did not meet the minimum standards under the law. and americans will benefit from better coverage. in washington, danielle nottingham, wjz eyewitness news. >> wednesday, they plan to grill health secretary kathleen sebelius, while the president plans to defend it in boston. >>> a group of sheriff's deputies in frederick is bringing about change in the state. >> the state has formed a new commission to form interactions with people with disability. ethan saylor died during a confrontation. they were trying to remove him from a movie theater, despite protest from the aide who was with him. it includes public safety officials, prosecutors, agencies and advocates for those with disability. >> a
of a change in california law, allowing his jail time to be significantly reduced. >>> five members of one family, including four children, are murdered in their home in new york. as scott thompson reports in brooklyn, police are charging a relative of the victim. >> reporter: a gruesome scene, discovered late saturday, at a home in brooklyn, new york. police found five members of one family, stabbed and unconscious. >> a mother, two males and two of her sons and two of her daughters that were cut and butchered, with a kitchen knife. >> reporter: three of the children were pronounced dead at the scene, while their mother and 5-year-old sibling died at a new york hospital. kenny lee witnessed paramedics removing the bodies and said it was a bloody sight. >> i saw the little girl. all with blood. >> the children ranged in age from 1 year old to 9. the woman's husband has been charged in the case. police say he had been staying in the home and had made statements implicating himself in the crime. >> we believe that he acted alone. and we are now trying to determine what caused him to create t
in his secretary. sebelius, the president is in boston this afternoon, defending his healthcare law. >>> a washington state man pleads guilty to mailing threatening hert wells to lawmakers, including maryland senator barbara mikulski. 41-year-old christopher carlson faces up to five years in prison. he's accused of mailing letters to mikulski and other lawmakers in february 2012. the letters contained white powder, causing major dinner concern about bioterror attacks. the powder was then deemed harmless. >>> sex, drugs and gang activity, all behind bars. another guilty plea in the scandal at the city jail. vic is live in the newsroom with the latest on this high- profile scandal. vic? >> a police officer pleads guilty to her role in the scheme. 26-year-old kimberly dennis helped the black guerrilla gang operation smuggle drugs into the city detention center. prosecutors say she also had a sexual relationship with two gang members while sharon behind bars. in addition to the seven officers, three other defendants in the case had pleaded guilty to racketeering charges, including the g
it does not meet the standards of the new healthcare law. >> reporter: many consumers who have successfully signed up for new insurance policies in the last month, have done so on state-run exchanges, where streamlined operations allow for a quicker response to problems. >> reporter: washington, d.c. is running its own exchange with mila kaufman at the helm. >> we were able to design marketplaces that work for our citizens, for our businesses, for our consumers. >> reporter: kaufman says there have been no major problems with the d.c. site, where 1800 people were able to complete applications in the first three weeks. danielle nottingham, wjz eyewitness news. washington, d.c. and 16 other states are running their own exchanges. that means the majority of americans live in places relying on the federal exchange and healthcare.gov. >>> for the first time, u.s. secretary of state john kerry acknowledges that some spying by the nsa has gone too far. kerry says that's because of modern technology, some nsa activities have been happening on automatic pilot, without obama administrati
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